It is a rare treat to have Pejk on this side of the pond so we hope you can join us for this very special evening! Pejk will be playing a selection of his own work and pieces that have inspired him to produce audio that is full of detail, charm and wit, sounding like nothing other than a Pejk Malinovski piece.
Pejk’s documentaries have aired on PRI, National Danish Radio and the BBC; his sound pieces have been shown in museums and galleries. In 2012 he launched the brilliant Passing Stranger, an audio walking tour of the East Village’s poetry history, narrated by Jim Jarmusch. He was also the co-creator and host of Thirdear, an online audio magazine and he continues to edit and translate books for Forlaget Basilisk, a poet-run publishing house in Copenhagen.
Where: The Duke of Wellington, 119 Balls Pond Rd, London N1 4BL
When: Sunday 6th July, 7.30pm
Tickets: Will be available on the door - Pay what you can afford (suggested £5 per person)
For a second year running, In The Dark is teaming up with Samara Tompsett and the Morning collective to create a unique listening space in the Latitude Festival. We’ll be pitching up in the Faraway Forest with the “Tell Tale Tit”, a woven wicker world encompassing a recording studio and swinging listening portals.
As well as our classic listening sessions (with now obligatory Latitude swings), during the early hours of the day visitors will be invited to have their own stories recorded and edited to be played later as part of our listening programme.
We are very exited to be collaborating with Grey Heron Media for the first ever HearSay Festival which will be taking place in November this year. The festival will be taking place in the beautiful mountain village of Kilfinane in Co. Limerick for three days and nights in November.
This truly promises to be an audio festival like no other, with all sorts of wonderful audio delights to explore in unusual and unexpected ways. To find out more visit the HearSay website, and more details will be revealed over the coming months.